Home from Afghanistan to surprise her mother, Milla Zajac doesn't expect more than the best apple pie in the world, the bliss of unrationed hot showers, and a quiet, peaceful hometown Christmas. She's not counting on futures, or meeting a woman like Tyna. From that first chance meeting, soldier Milla and pastor Tyna discover plenty of differences - and unexpected possibilities. 15,500 words.
" I'll be reading this one again next year." - The Lesbian Review
" The spark of sexual interest is clearly there and only requires the opportunity and time " - Dear Author
"A delightful, gentle tale of an unexpected connection... Karin Kallmaker's writing brings the scene to life, from the chilly cemetery to a teeming hospital café." -- The Lesbian Reading Room
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I liked this book a lot more than I thought but maybe it had to do with military. It doesn’t matter what branch, service is what we make of it. Whether it’s a leg up to better training, money, education, experience, best buds, etc., service is the world over. Whether it’s to our fellow man, God, or country but we serve with honor, integrity, and courage. We fight for God and country.
Thank you Ms. Kallmaker for your service in writing this book, for honoring your father for remembering what he told you. You’ve done us proud.